Show/HideSearch Criteria: All Waymarks Within 100 km of N 49° 11.896 W 123° 08.233 [show search options]
Additional Settings: all dates
Show/HideCategories [hide category]
Ghost Towns
 allows ratings
Description:
A ghost town is a town that has been abandoned, usually because the economic activity that supported it has failed or because of natural or human-caused disasters.
Show/HideWaymarks [hide waymarks]

sorted by:

 
Total Records: 3 Page: 1 of 1 prev<<<[1]>>>next
Image for Eburne, British Columbiaview gallery

here0 km

Log it!

Ghost TownsEburne, British Columbia

in Ghost Towns

Perhaps one of the most urban ghost towns around, Eburne started life in 1890 when a low level bridge was built connecting Richmond to Vancouver. In 1975 a high level bridge was completed going over top of the community. It quickly died.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Dunbar Loop

location: British Columbia, Canada

date approved: 6/21/2010

last visited: 3/16/2012

Image for Derby — Fort Langley, British Columbiaview gallery

EE39.4 km

Log it!

Ghost TownsDerby — Fort Langley, British Columbia

in Ghost Towns

Derby was a short lived community on the Lower Fraser River. Destined to become the port of entry and the colonial capital of a proposed colony it quickly sprang to life in the early days of the Cariboo Gold Rush. It died within a year.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Dunbar Loop

location: British Columbia, Canada

date approved: 4/30/2010

last visited: 3/30/2014

Image for Leechtown, British Columbia, Canadaview gallery

SWSW88.7 km

Log it!

Ghost TownsLeechtown, British Columbia, Canada

in Ghost Towns

The site of a brief gold rush in the 19th-century, Leechtown sprung up in a very short period of time in 1864 at the confluence of the Leech and Sooke rivers, but very little remains today.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member The A-Team

location: British Columbia, Canada

date approved: 12/24/2014

last visited: never

Premium Member Downloads: download.GPX Lite File       download.LOC File       download .KML File (Google Earth)